The sixth book of the Paws and Claws series finds the town of Wagtail excited as a well-known TV star is coming for a visit and for a rest. While in Waytail Pippin will have plenty of events honoring him. Holly takes Tricia for a walk and runs into a stranger who claims he is the owner of Trixie. The first event is a hike up the mountain with a picnic at the top. Trixie and Pippin take off and disappear.  Holly hears Trixie with her death voice. When the dogs are found by Holly and Jim, Pippin person finds Trixie and at the bottom of gully is Dianne, her dog is laying next to her. An investigation is started and it is determined that Dianne was MURDERED. The affair will take Holly back a number of years before she finds an answer to the many questions. She is worrying about the claim of the man who claimed in own Trixie. This Two themes are skillfully brought together to form the story.

Disclosure: Thanks to Berkley for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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